Bioelectromagnetics

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Edited By: James C. Lin

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Online ISSN: 1521-186X

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  • Current densities and total contact currents during forest clearing tasks under 400 kV power lines

    Current densities and total contact currents during forest clearing tasks under 400 kV power lines

    Photo of forest clearing task (A) in place I (first measurement day).

  • Dielectric polarization transients in biological tissue moving in a static magnetic field

    Dielectric polarization transients in biological tissue moving in a static magnetic field

    Transient EF pulses computed in brain equivalent homogeneous sphere translating in a uniform static magnetic field of 1 T. The EF is induced by a linear change of 1 m/s in velocity. Duration of velocity change is 100 ms. Dielectric parameters of the sphere are equal to permittivity and ionic conductivity of the gray matter of the brain; see Table and Gabriel [].

  • 1950 MHz radiofrequency electromagnetic fields do not aggravate memory deficits in 5xFAD mice

    1950 MHz radiofrequency electromagnetic fields do not aggravate memory deficits in 5xFAD mice

    Effect of RF-EMF exposure on Y-maze and Morris water maze performance in 5xFAD mice. (A) Y-maze test was used to evaluate spatial memory in mice. Percentage alternation indicates frequency of non-overlapping entries compared to total number of entries into three arms. (B) Morris water maze data derived after 3 months of RF-EMF exposure. During visible platform training on day 1, mice in different groups showed similar latencies to find visible platform. During hidden platform training from days 2 to 5, no differences in escape latency were observed between groups. (C) Object recognition memory test data derived after 3 months of RF-EMF exposure. No differences in preference for novel object were observed during testing. Values are presented as mean ± SEM (n = 8).

  • Comparison of average global exposure of population induced by a macro 3G network in different geographical areas in France and Serbia

    Comparison of average global exposure of population induced by a macro 3G network in different geographical areas in France and Serbia

    (a): Time variations of mean voice usage and (b) data usage per user over 24 h in macro 3G network of Orange France; (c) variation of mean voice usage and (d) data usage per user over a day in macro 2G and 3G network of Telekom Srbija.

  • Development and evaluation of an electromagnetic hypersensitivity questionnaire for Japanese people

    Development and evaluation of an electromagnetic hypersensitivity questionnaire for Japanese people

    Speculated sequence of onset of SHS, MCS, and EHS by Japanese self-selected EHS subjects. SHS: sick house syndrome; MCS: multiple chemical sensitivity; EHS: electromagnetic hypersensitivity. aBoth MCS and EHS were associated; however, it is unknown which occurred first.

  • Current densities and total contact currents during forest clearing tasks under 400 kV power lines
  • Dielectric polarization transients in biological tissue moving in a static magnetic field
  • 1950 MHz radiofrequency electromagnetic fields do not aggravate memory deficits in 5xFAD mice
  • Comparison of average global exposure of population induced by a macro 3G network in different geographical areas in France and Serbia
  • Development and evaluation of an electromagnetic hypersensitivity questionnaire for Japanese people

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